1. RAISIN TOUCH
You need just simply scatter a few raisins on your toddler’s high chair and then urge them to pick them up and eat them. Because of their little size, raisins provide an ideal opportunity for your young child to practice his pincer grasp.
2. MAGIC BOWL
Put various colored jelly beans in a bowl, then show your youngster how to pick up individual jelly beans using the three core fingers on each hand and place them in the appropriate bowls to represent the colors. A chance to learn about colors and flavors will also be provided by participating in this activity that engages the senses.
3. SANDY FINGERS
Spend some quality time with your child during the warm summer months at the beach by teaching them how to collect sand grains with their hands and deposit them in a bucket. This action will not only strengthen his pincer grasp, but it will also allow him to have a better feel for the sand’s grainy consistency.
4. LEAF CRUSH
During the months of summer, there will be a lot of dead leaves lying about around in the park or in your garden. Crushing leaves is an energizing activity that will keep your toddler interested for a long time, so take advantage of the cold nights by gathering a few leaves and giving them a good pounding.
5. MUMMY’S LITTLE HELPER
Kids like playing in the water and using soap. Invite your toddler to assist you in giving their toys a thorough cleaning with a sponge while you use a solution made of water and soap. In order to strengthen their finger muscles, you should encourage them to squeeze the sponge at regular intervals.
6. THE APPLE CRUSHER
A child’s unique method of learning is by making a mess, and there is no better time to do it than when they are eating a snack; chop up a few pieces of fruit (grapes, oranges, kiwis or strawberries). Your child will definitely be more motivated to eat fruits after participating in this exercise that stimulates their senses of sight and taste.